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A man covers his faces as buses burn after being set on fire by protesters during a nationwide general strike on April 28, 2017 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Violence Worsens In Brazil Following General Strike: Activists, Unions Protest Over Pension Reforms [Report]

Apr 29, 2017 12:39 PM EDT

The violence in Brazil continues to worsen as protesters and demonstrators are taking their disappointment on the road regarding President Temer's latest pension reforms.

Warnings Are Given On Air Pollution Levels Across The UK

UK High Court Orders Government To Urgently Revise Policies For Dealing With Air Pollution [Report]

Apr 29, 2017 12:35 PM EDT

The UK High Court has ordered the government to examine and review its policies concerning how they deal with air pollution and the court set May 9 as the deadline for the submission.

China Holds Military Parade To Commemorate End Of World War II In Asia

China To Impose Unilateral Sanctions Over North Korea’s Another Missile Test, Also Opposes U.S. THAAD In SoKor [Report]

Apr 28, 2017 07:44 AM EDT

China shall impose unilateral sanctions on North Korea if the latter will continue its missile testing after the first one but the country is also opposing the deployment of THAAD in South Korea.

Anti-Chavez Protesters Demand Referendum

Venezuela’s Massive Demonstration’s Death Toll Rises To 29: Protesters Demand For End To Socialist’s Rule [Report]

Apr 28, 2017 07:40 AM EDT

The massive demonstration in Venezuela has been creating a huge problem in the country as the death toll rises to 29 which were mostly protesters.

Former President Obama Speaks On Civic Engagement At The University Of Chicago

Barack Obama’s Lucrative Speech To Wall Street Sparks Debate: Focuses Post-Presidency Work On Training New Generation Of Leaders [Report]

Apr 27, 2017 09:21 AM EDT

Former President Barack Obama was invited to deliver a speech to Wall Street firm but as early as now, this already sparked debate because of the compensation that comes with it.

A man watches a television broadcast reporting the North Korean missile launch at the Seoul Railway Station on March 26, 2014 in Seoul, South Korea.

North Korea’s Nuclear Tests Program Forces U.S. To Conduct Military Exercises With Allied Countries [Report]

Apr 26, 2017 06:53 PM EDT

The ongoing tension in North Korea most especially in their nuclear testing program has prompted the U.S. government to conduct naval military exercises with South Korea and Japan.

Former President Obama Speaks On Civic Engagement At The University Of Chicago

Barack Obama Speaks In Public For First Time After Leaving White House, Avoids Criticizing Current Administration [Report]

Apr 25, 2017 06:50 PM EDT

Former U.S. President Barck Obama spoke for the first time since leaving White House months have passed and with this, he avoided giving comments about Trump administration.

Fiat Chrysler Invests In New Stamping Presses At Michigan Auto Plant

China Reportedly Surpasses U.S. In Innovation, Development

Apr 20, 2017 09:09 AM EDT

According to the latest reports. China has bene surpassing the U.S. already when it comes to research and development and it is expected that this Asian country will still invest more.

United Nations Security Council Holds Emergency Meeting On Syria

Russia Criticized Over Chemical Weapon Deaths in Syria

Apr 06, 2017 10:43 AM EDT

Post the chemical attack on Syria Russia has been highly criticized by other world powers at the UN Security Council in New York.

California becomes a sanctuary for marijuana

Coachella Valley In California Becomes Ideal For A Recently Legalized Crop: Marijuana

Apr 05, 2017 11:17 AM EDT

There are a lot of applicants in Desert Hot Springs that want cultivation permits, industrial land has been bought at record prices. The US sales of legal marijuana could grow nine-fold in the next decade.

George Orwell's Dystopian Novel 1984 Tops Best Seller LIst, Publisher Orders Additional Printing

Protest Against Donald Trump: US Cinemas to Show Film 1984

Apr 05, 2017 09:12 AM EDT

Donald Trump's administration has continued to witness protests as US cinemas are all set to screen the film "1984" from George Orwell's novel.

US Justice Department Wants Companies To Hire Qualified Americans Instead Of H-1B Visa Holders

US Justice Department Wants Companies To Hire Qualified Americans Instead Of H-1B Visa Holders, No Discrimination

Apr 05, 2017 09:21 AM EDT

H-1B visas are used by companies to temporarily hire skilled workers from foreign countries. The Justice Department will not tolerate employers that discriminate US workers and misuse these visas to get it.

Donald Trump

Donald Trump Vows To Solve North Korea

Apr 05, 2017 10:03 AM EDT

North Korea is one of the major concerns over the United States. Therefore, the U.S is trying hard to get control over Pyongyang with the help of the China. Though, Trump said that the U.S can deal with the North Korea alone.

China

China Installs Surveillance Cameras in Churches By Force, Some Christians Resist

Apr 04, 2017 09:49 AM EDT

China has yet another campaign after the "cross demolition."

Donald Trump

Donald Trump Says that U.S. could 'totally' solve North Korea nuclear issues ‘with or without China’

Apr 03, 2017 10:35 AM EDT

U.S. President Donald Trump said that U.S. will stand alone against North Korea even if China doesn't help.

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